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RF record, playback sol'n comes with real-time GNSS simulator

Posted: 22 Jun 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Averna? GNSS simulator? Wi-Fi? LTE? radar?

Averna, a provider of test solutions and services for communications and electronics device-makers worldwide, has uncovered what it describes as the industry's first RF tool that boasts high-performance record-and-playback and real-time simulation in one cost-effective platform.

The Averna RP-6100 series is a self-contained, record-and-playback solution for RF application validation. It can capture all GNSS bands, as well as HD Radio, Wi-Fi, LTE, radar and cognitive radio, plus impairments, to significantly advance RF projects and harden product designs. The RP-6100 series features up to four channels, 160MHz of recording bandwidth, tight channel synchronisation, an extended frequency range of 10MHz to 6GHz, and 14bit resolution.

Averna RP-6100 series

The RP-6100 can also be equipped with Skydel's software-defined, real-time GNSS simulator, which delivers easy setups, integrated maps, dynamic scenario creation, high precision and tight parameter controls to enable highly repeatable simulations of current and future GNSS conditions, as well as corner cases, the company indicated.

The RP-6100 series also features 3.8TB SSD storage or 16TB HDD storage (for up to 22 hours of recordings); preloaded with RF Studio software for quick setups and in-depth analysis; four models: RP-6120 (2 ch.), RP-6120P (2 ch. portable), RP-6120D (2 ch. desktop) and RP-6140 (4 ch.); and optional real-time Skydel GNSS simulator for complete GNSS corner-case/testing scenarios.

The Averna RP-6100 series is available to customers worldwide.





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